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Athens Sightseeing with Acropolis Museum
"The Athens half-day tour depart for  a photo stop at Panathinaiko Stadium where the first  Olympic Games took place in 1896. It is the only stadium built out of white marble. Proceed passing by Zappeion and Temple of Olympian Zeus.  You will then pass the Athens Trilogy which includes the University of Athens the Academy of Athens and the National Library. Continue passing by National Garden Hadrian’s Arc St. Paul’s Church Parliament
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Private Walking Tour: National Archaeological Museum
"Syntagma Metro station where your tour begins contains many archaeological exhibits including ancient grave stones an aqueduct from the 5th century BC pottery a 2000-year old beehive and a mosaic from the 5th century AD. See the House of Parliament guarded by elite soldiers known as Evzones. The tomb of the Unknown soldier can be found at the front of the building.Heading down El. Venizelos Street you will see the Numismatic museum comprising 400
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Athens Night Segway Tour
"Meet your local guide in the evening when the Athens’ midday heat has gone and the daytime crowds have dispersed and start your tour with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled electric self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable begin gliding along quiet streets to the foothills of the UNESCO-listed Acropolis of Athens – the ancient citadel and archeological site that dominates the city.On the northeastern slopes of the Acropolis is the neighborhood of Plaka -- the city’ home to the Ancient Agora of Athens; once the heart of the ancient city
From EUR85.00

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Agora

Although Agora restaurant is very close to my work I never really tasted their cousine except some beers in the past. The reason was that I always heard some bad reviews about their food. It’s a pity...
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Kantina at Mavili

This canteen is an all time favorite fast food spot for those who return back after some drinks around the general Ampelokipoi district. It brings sweet memories from summer nights when we hanged...
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Al Shark

Late October, a boring Thursday night… and me returning back to Vathis square (officially Aneksartisias but no one knows it like that) to check the second falafel spot there (this time at Liosion 1)...
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O Vlasis

Saturday miday in Kipseli district, we walk down Fokionos Negri, the main pedestrian street, sun is playing games with the clouds but the temperature up to 17’C so happy faces around strolling lazy up...
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Zaf

We walked down Ermou street and ended up a block away, at the back side of Agias Eirinis. ZAF café doesn’t really impress from outside and makes you wonder why all these people are packed outside on...
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Akadimias Brizolakia

I came across this little tavern (grilled restaurant) accidentally during my previous trip to Athens. I had a chat with Antonis who happens to be a Chef himself but is now supervising the cooks....
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Teverna Mpakakaliarakia

Before you think this place is a mouthful, I can assure you it’s a very happy mouthful. The sign outside actually says Taverna of Damigos, the name of the family who have been delighting diners like...
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Kalamaki Bar Koukaki

I visit Drakou (the main pedestrian street of Koukaki district) very often as it has several different café and eateries. A friend was suggesting Kalamaki Bar since the summer but it was only mid...
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Blue Berry Café

Blue Berry Café is located inside Karaiskaki square at Ano Kalamaki. A new place in the area (it opened in early 2015) that must be successful already as we go often in the area (because of some...
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Taqueria Maya

Taqueria Maya is my latest “find” of this month’s trip I had in Athens. Just for the record, everything presented is homemade by the Chef and cooks who provide daily freshly food of excellent quality...
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Kuzina

I came here with the highest expectations and I did not go wrong! Kuzina is one of the few of many tavernas that has cropped up over the last few years as restaurant owners adapt to changing...
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Mparmpadimos Nea Smirni

Mparmpadimos is a souvlaki/kebab place in Nea Smyrni but not around the central square where we usually check for restaurants but 5 blocks away from Nea Smyrni park, near Syggrou avenue… yes, not the...
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Skantzohoiros

A friend from turkey was staying with us and we wanted to take him out for dinner in a cozy place with some local music if possible. Skantzohoiros (hedgehog) seems a bit off the beaten path as it is...
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7 Food Sins Gastro Pub

The Entire Experience achieved Perfection, from the Food to the Service to the Atmosphere & the Attitude. This restaurant is a great addition to the Athens scene with fantastic selection of Beers...
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Vas. Georgiou A' 1, Constitution Square, Athens, 10563, Greece
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10 Syngrou Avenue, Athens, Attica, 11742, Greece
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18 - 20 N Nikodimou St, (formerly Golden Tulip), Athens, 10557, Greece
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3 Vassileos Georgiou A' St, Syntagma Square, Athens, Attica, 10564, Greece
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9-11 Lyssikratous Street, Plaka, Athens, Attica, 10558, Greece
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46 Vassilissis Sofias Avenue, Athens, Attica, 11528, Greece
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Top Things to Do in Athens

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Lycabettus Hill

Athens abounds with hills, and many are so barren they surge upwards and unpopulated out of the cityscape. Of all these hills, the standout is Mount Lycabettus, rising like a limestone fist from...
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Acropolis

To understand why the Romans were so in awe of the Greeks, one only has to look at the Acropolis, built 400 years before the Romans achieved anything similar in scale. Like with the Pyramids of Egypt,...
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Changing of the Guard

It was a grey cold day at the Syntagma square, but still, as every day at 11AM, the changing guard of the Parliament building went on. This ceremony is 24 times daily but the main one takes place each...
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Plaka

If Athens had an "old town centre", then Plaka would probably be it. Centrally located under the Acropolis, it has narrow streets evocative of the 19th century. Not quite ancient Athens, although...
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Ancient Agora

Ancient Agora. We made the tour around the Agora and saw the splendid temple of Hephaestus (construction started in 449 BC). Afterwards we visited the Stoa of Attalos, reconstructed by the Americans...
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Temple Of Olympian Zeus

This was at one time the biggest temple in Ancient Greece, but today much of the building has been destroyed over the centuries. It's location at the foot of the Acropolis meant it was vulnerable to...
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